Jhoomri and her husband, Bhimsha, move into a new neighbourhood. Their immediate neighbours are three squabbling couples, namely Vijay and Anjali who are newly married; Appu Khote and Vimla, who are married and have 4 children; and Ravi and Meena, who are also married and have one child. With their wages unable to keep up with inflation and high cost of living, unable to pay even rent to the landlord, B.K. Kakkad, the wives decide to seek employment to augment their income, with hilarious results from their spouses, who will go to any extent to keep their wives at home, even if means to bring a dancing girl home to cook and look after the children!!
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Kunal B (nl) wrote: Very entertaining & the girl who's played Dimple deserves a definite applause.
Private U (au) wrote: A very touching story of the Iraq war told from the perspective of a 25-year-old injured on his 5th day in Iraq. This movie will make you cry and cheer, and in the end, it makes you want to do something to end the war! Oh, and I met Phil Donahue, Helen Thomas, Jimmy Hoffa and Sen. Byrd at its DC premier. Yeah!
Bashar M (de) wrote: Just when it starts to win viewers over as an endearing and romantic film, the twist ending destroys this effect.
Jason H (ca) wrote: The demonology of Tomie is fascinating. The film attempts to follow Junji Ito's manga of the same name. In a nutshell, Tomie is a story about a young woman who maddens men with her beauty to the point of all of them murdering each other just to be the first to murder Tomie. Tomie's demonic beauty so inflames the lusts of men that not only do they murder each other to have Tomie to themselves, but their lusts are only truly sated when they've also murdered the object of their desire, Tomie. The catch is, because she's a demon, she can't be killed. Each severed limb just keeps sprouting up fresh Tomies. (The idea reminds me of Goethe's The Sorcerer's Apprentice.) Spooky, creepy, haunting, and definitely gross. Junji's story drips with bloody possibilities, but the film's execution of it was a bit weak. Read the horror comic by Junji Ito.
Mark B (ca) wrote: i dont know why i like this film. really is there anyone else out there who likes it .
Ethan P (us) wrote: A sweet and simple film about an unlikely friendship, Driving Miss Daisy is worth seeing just for Morgan Freeman's joyful and dedicated performance as Hoke. There are some corny moments and some attempts at examining social issues of the past, but the most interesting and amusing part about the film is its two leads.
Charlie M (au) wrote: The gang is back and must track down jewel thieves. Silly stupid sequel.
mubeen m (de) wrote: A beautifully narrated story about love, no it is a lovely poem on my point of view. Excellent performances by some extraordinary artists, simplicity of the movie & the pleasant music of Ilayaraja would be in our minds forever. Mani sir this movie would remain your greatest masterpiece of all time.
Michael W (ru) wrote: Agent 007 is assigned to retrieve the valuable ATAC transmitter form a sunken British spy vessel before it falls into enemy hands. Another entertaining entry, with some particularly impressive stuntwork on the ski slopes of St Moritz. Sheena Easton song is passable while Margaret Thatcher finish is amusing.
Weul S (ru) wrote: Why is one of cinema's greatest scores attached to such a boring film?
Anthony S (us) wrote: I loved the sequel but this is the original concept, characters. In addition, the design of the ship affected was dirty, gritty and that was a fresh approach to so many previous crafts. Loved this film.